CrystalClear Clarity Max is designed to restore balance to the pond ecosystem by breaking down organic material that creates problems for pond hobbyists in and around waterfalls, rocks, stream beds, plant pots, pumps and filtration systems.
CrystalClear Clarity Max will work quickly & efficiently to clean the pond by reducing sludge in the pond & filtration devices. CrystalClear Clarity Max reduces cloudy water by precipitating organic and inorganic materials.
CrystalClear Clarity Max is 100% natural and safe for all pond fish and plants!
CrystalClear Clarity Max contains Activated Barley. This product harnesses the natural degrading powers of barley & combines them with the natural powers of strong bacteria & enzyme colonies. Several inert, natural ingredients makes this product a 3-in-1 product. No more messy, unsightly barley bales to contend with or smelly bacteria products. Simply apply CrystalClear Clarity Max then sit back & wait for a CrystalClear pond.
CrystalClear Clarity Max has been field and laboratory tested by some of the top names in the water gardening industry and has achieved a very good reputation with water gardening experts across the nation.
Prior to using CrystalClear Clarity Max, these conditions must exist for best results:
- pH of water maintained between 6.5 & 9.0
- Water temperature above 60°F (15°C)
- Dissolved oxygen levels above 3 PPM (3 mg/l)
CrystalClear Clarity Max is available in the following sizes:
- 2.5 lb. – Treats 20,000 Gallons
- 6 lb. – Treats 48,000 Gallons
Apply CrystalClear Clarity Max over the surface area or around the perimeter of the pond in dry form. Be careful not to let product dust plant coverage. Immediately after application the pond may become cloudy. This is a normal process and should clear within 24-48 hours. Allow 3 to 4 weeks for the pond to balance. CrystalClear Clarity Max will break down and reduce pond debris, thus making it easier to remove by pond filtration systems. Field experience shows that this product works best in ponds from 500 – 8,000 gallons, however very good results have been recorded on much larger projects (16,000 – 500,000 gallon ponds).